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All photos in & around Burgess Hill

Showing items 1 to 56 from total of 56 items. Ordered by photo # descending.

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166566Photo #166566Avenue Verte / NCN 21 / Worth Way, very pleasant routeCycleway:
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165805Photo #165805Lack of cycle way along the B2114 north of Handcross and north towards Pease Pottage. Popular route for cycles heading between Crawley and Brighton. Road and Highway Boundary is plenty wide enough for a 3m shared surface here.Cycleway:
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165804Photo #165804Bridleway crossing here is non-existent. It appears that the gap in the barrier is at the junction to the south, but there is no real crossing provision of the A23. Ideally a bridge or subway here to help walkers, cyclists and horse riders cross the A23 would be a huge benefit.Cycleway:
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165803Photo #165803Cycle path twists and turns here as well as being quite narrow whilst going down the hill. Ought to be widened and have bends removedCycleway:
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165802Photo #165802Segregate NCN20 traffic from the slip road.Cycleway:
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165801Photo #165801Dedicated segregated cycle track along the B2272 from the A272 to Muster Green. Road is plenty wide enough to narrow down and make a 3m wide two-way cycle track out of it. Also there are not many junctions on the Northern side so there shouldn't be much conflict with turning traffic.Cycleway:
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165800Photo #165800Hanlye Lane is extremely sub-par for its purpose. There are quite a few cyclists using this road however the road has a has a bad surface, alignment & visibility. Ideally needs to have a 3m shared pavement and realigning.Cycleway:
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165799Photo #165799Widen the current bridleway surface to allow better segregation of pedestrians and cycles. At the moment it is mostly 2.5m wide on a rough tarmac surface which is not sufficient during peak timesCycleway:
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165798Photo #165798Add an off-road cycle path connecting the current path next to the A272 onwards to Warden Park School and maybe further into the village (or reduce the speed limit to 20mph in the village centre)Cycleway:
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162191Photo #162191A 1 metre wide pavement is need as a lot of people walk this road daily. If it could be used as a cycle lane too that would be great.Cycleway:
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160906Photo #160906Dangerous crossing, reduce speed limit.Cycleway:
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157905Photo #157905Dangerous pedestrian crossingTrack:
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156122Photo #156122Need for wider pavements and formal crossing hereTrack:
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153476Photo #153476Improve footpath &upgrade to cycle wayCycleway:
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153475Photo #153475Cycle path / footpath needed along A272 hereCycleway:
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153474Photo #153474Cycleway needed along A272Cycleway:
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153473Photo #153473Upgrade footpath to bridlewayCycleway:
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152683Photo #152683This track is 99.9% complete as a traffic-free, paved, walking and cycling route between Wivelsfield Green and Scaynes Hill - these two gates just need to be removed and about 10 feet of mud paved over!Cycleway:
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150110Photo #150110Add cycle lane to A273 to connect A23 cycle path to the cycle path north of Hassocks to Burgess Hill.Cycleway:
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146648Photo #146648B2118 to get a widened cycle & pedestrian path. Recently the large section of the NCN Route 20 was removed, mostly to with the large amount of it running along the B2118 and B2114. building a decent cycle path along here will allow the NCN Route 20 to be reestablished.Cycleway:
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146646Photo #146646Pavement widened and resurfaced into a shared path. Allows cyclists to have a safe route between Ansty and Cuckfield/Haywards Heath.Cycleway:
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146644Photo #146644Cycle and pedestrian path beside the railway connecting Valebridge Road to Rocky Lane (A272) cycle path. Valebridge Lane could also get a wide pavement to allow safer access for cyclists and pedestrians to the built up area of Burgess Hill. Also the bridge where Valebridge Road goes under the railway could become traffic light controlled. Allowing easier access for larger vehicles to go under the low bridge and turn the corner, as well as allow a safe crossing for NMUsCycleway:
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146639Photo #146639Walking, horse riding and cycling along the bottom of the downs is very popular, however the junction between the A273/B2112 as well as the Bridge over the railway makes it a very difficult junction to deal with. Especially with traffic heading down Clayton Hill in excess of 50mph. and then traffic heading south is none stop since cars are coming from the A273, and then there is a gap in traffic from the A273, traffic from the B2112 fills in the gap, making it extremely difficult to cross or turn out of Underhill Lane. Some sort of traffic light arrangement here would improve safety for everyoneCycleway:
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146638Photo #146638The A272 is a rather dangerous road due to it being the only part of the A272 that is suitable for overtaking in the area, however the bend makes visibility limited and a high risk of oncoming collisions in excess of 120mph. A cycle track on the Northern side of the road will keep vegetation back to allow better visibility. as well as removing cyclists from the high speed road. There is plenty of space within the highway boundary to do this (3m verge + 2.5m shared cycle/ped path.Cycleway:
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146637Photo #146637Close Copyhold Lane to motor through traffic. Junction at Borde Hill End is dangerous with steep gradients and limited visibility. Most of the road is very narrow and has tight blind bends. Subjected to national speed limit, however rarely is it possible to exceed 40mph, let alone 30mph. Ought to be made into a BOAT with limited access for motor vehicles.Temporary closure:
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146592Photo #146592Busy road, dangerous for cyclists and pedestrians with no alternative route to Haywards Heath or local villages.Cycleway:
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146587Photo #146587No right of way between Ham Lane and Paul's Lane.Obstruction:
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146250Photo #146250Very narrow pavement, overgrowth requires cutting back. local council and County council alerted but no action after over 4 weeksTrack:
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142049Photo #142049Pavement needed and speed restrictionsTrack:
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141309Photo #141309More safety for cyclists access to cycle box and safety for pedestrians crossing Keymer road.a Zebra crossing 30 yards from the lightsTrack:
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139659Photo #139659Exiting Noahs Ark Lane is now extremely dangerous as hedges have been planted on what was an open plan front garden on the corner of Lewes Road. The hedge now obscures the view when exiting Noahs Ark Lane…Track:
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139529Photo #139529Exiting Noahs ark Lane is now extremely dangerous as hedges have been planted on what was an open plan front garden on the corner of lewes road . the hedge now obscures the view when exciting Noahs ark lane.. also you cannot see the sign for Noahs ark lane as the hedge now completely covers it..Cycleway:
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138708Photo #138708Access needed for cyclists to gain entry to cycle boxes.Cycleway:
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138649Photo #138649Oathall road is wide and a key route between Lindfield and Haywards Heath. Car parking bays are not needed as houses have driveways. A cycle lane should be installed.Cycleway:
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138648Photo #138648All along here, cars park on the footpath blocking it for pedestrians. Existing laws against obstruction should be enforced.Track:
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138646Photo #138646Always overgrown hedges at this block of flats. Narrow pavement and street “furniture” (i.e. a telegraph pole) mean the footpath is blocked by overgrown hedges.Track:
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138645Photo #138645Like much of Haywards Heath/Lindfield, hedges are badly overgrown and pedestrians have to walk in the road as the path is unusable.Track:
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133920Photo #133920There is no safe way for cyclists coming from the residential areas to move from the PRH roundabout to Hurstwood Lane.Cycleway:
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132857Photo #132857Upgrade of path to facilitate route towards Oathall secondary schoolCycleway:
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132854Photo #132854Convert footpath to cycleway as part of a to school routeCycleway:
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132793Photo #132793Short length of track that is classified as public footpath could be upgraded to bridleway, much of the track already is, potentially allowing a through route towards linking Lindfield and ArdinglyCycleway:
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132791Photo #132791Currently a footpath with cycling prohibited, open land either side, widen path and allow cyclingCycleway:
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132788Photo #132788Cut back bushes and widen pavement on N (traffic heading towards Lindfield) side of B2028, currently not wide enough for 1 person to walk alongTrack:
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132787Photo #132787The area around Lewes Rd/High St Junction including path past the Pond - has been subject to traffic study for lights. Please introduce lights to allow single file traffic, introduce pavement on King Edward Hall side of road to junction, and widen path at pond.Track:
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131445Photo #131445A painted cycle lane needed,
when turning left into London road from Hurst road vehicles going forward onto Keymer road do not leave enough room for cyclists to enter the filter lights.
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129111Photo #129111Currently there is a joint cycling and footpath Which is too narrow for joint use. Part of the main highway could easily be made into a separated cycle lane using cones or similar initiallyCycleway:
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129093Photo #129093Currently there is a joint cycling and footpath Which is too narrow for joint use. Part of the main highway could easily be made into a separated cycle lane using cones or similar initiallyCycleway:
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116808Photo #116808Pavement only runs on one side of the road and is very narrowTrack:
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67928Photo #67928Brook Street to Balcombe. Don't panic, you'll see the car before you twat it thanks to his warning triangle.

t.co/58hIU6vzcc
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64198Photo #64198The cycle lane from the Worth Way ends in Railway Approach. Then continue by drain to Forest Way? t.co/2cQcSAZEIZPothole:
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31727Photo #31727Crawley Family Bike Ride 2011
Ready to leave Nymans Gardens to return to Oriel School
www.horshamandcrawleyctc.org.uk
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31628Photo #31628Worth Way cycle path which is part of national cycle route 21Cycleway:
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29191Photo #29191Cycle parking beside Middle Row, East Grinstead. Space for 6 bicycles on this (south) side of the road and a further 2 bicycles on the other (north) side of the road.Cycle parking:
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29190Photo #29190The driver of this rail-replacement bus inconsiderately parked straight across the cycle lane through the car park at East Grinstead station.Car storage:
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29189Photo #29189Cycle parking outside East Grinstead railway station. Adjacent to where National Cycle Route 21 emerges from the steps.Cycle parking:
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29188Photo #29188Cycle parking outside a parade of shops and adjacent to National Cycle Route 21, which at this point is called Worth Way.Cycle parking:
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